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1842, Abraham Benisch in a memorandum to Viscount Canning

charge_of_the_light_brigadeIf it be evident that England cannot attain her views by the propagation of  Protestantism, she must direct her attention to another persuasion legally on a par with the resident Catholics and which evinces no sym­pathy with either of the Catholic Powers.

This persuasion is the Jewish one.- Scattered over the surface of the whole globe, the Jews still form in their religious sentiments an irrefragable unity, and a benefit conferred on any of them, fills the hearts of even their ocean-separated Brethren, with purely grateful feelings­.


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